James M. Taylor Net Worth – Height, Weight, Age

Net Worth

For 18.03.2021 – We have next information about James M. Taylor earnings, net worth: $338,727 Dollars*

Source of income: Musicians.

*The information was submitted by our reader Claudius. If you have a new more reliable information about net worth, earnings, please, fill out the form below.

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James M. Taylor information

Birth date and age: 1930-11-27

Death date: 1970-01-01

The place of birth (POB): Stamps, Arkansas, U.S.

Profession:Soundtrack, Actor, Assistant Director

Height, Weight

How tall is James M. Taylor – 1,70m.**
How much weight is James M. Taylor – 59kg**
**We have a new information about height&weight of James M. Taylor. It was submitted by Clemmie, 48 years old. From Westford, Massachusetts.



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James Martin Taylor (November 27, 1930 – September 4, 1970) was a United States Air Force astronaut and test pilot. Although he trained for the USAF Manned Orbital Laboratory (MOL), the program was cancelled before any of the MOL crews reached space.Taylor was born in Stamps, Arkansas and graduated in 1959 from the University of Michigan with a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering. He joined the USAF and trained as a test pilot, graduating from the U.S. Air Force Test Pilot School in class 63A and MOL. In 1965, he was selected as one of the first astronauts to the Air Forces classified Manned Orbital Laboratory. The MOL program, canceled in 1969 before sending any astronauts into space, was to man a military space station with Air Force astronauts using a modified Gemini spacecraft. The history of the MOL program was presented in the Public Television series NOVA episode called Astrospies which first aired February 12, 2008.After the MOL program cancellation, Taylor continued his USAF career as an instructor at the Test Pilot School and served as deputy commandant. On September 4, 1970, he and French air force exchange test pilot trainee, Pierre J. du Bucq, were killed when their T-38 aircraft crashed during a training mission at Palmdale Regional Airport. The crash was caused by severe wake turbulence from a C-141 that was performing touch-and-goes on an intersecting runway. In memory of Taylor, the Test Pilot School presented the James M. Taylor Award to the outstanding graduate of the Experimental Test Pilot Course (Phase 1). The award was discontinued after class 71B when the schools curriculum was revised to eliminate the Phase I and II designation.Attended by his fellow MOL astronauts, Taylor was buried at McChord Air Force Base in Pierce County, Washington. He is survived by his wife, Jacquelyn, and three children.

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